The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS), the organization responsible for overseeing research to benefit life on Earth (yes, they do that), on Monday announced the unveiling of its latest mission patch, designed by actor, creator, and producer Seth Green.
Green’s mission patch will represent the entire cadre of CASIS investigations destined for the International Space Station (ISS) U.S. National Laboratory in 2015, otherwise known as Advancing Research Knowledge 3 (ARK3).
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“I have always been fascinated with space, so it’s been an amazing opportunity to develop a mission patch, ” Green said, adding: “Working on the patch allows me to demonstrate my enthusiasm for human beings continuing to explore new ways to improve our planet and our way of life… I’m happy to help.”
“Part of the role of CASIS is to educate and promote the benefits of ISS research to the public, ” said CASIS Director of Marketing and Communications Brian Talbot. “Seth Green has been an outspoken advocate on the need to explore beyond Earth’s horizons for years, and we are excited to have this opportunity to engage him in a fun and meaningful partnership to promote the benefits of conducting research in space.”